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Councilman Marks, local volunteers clean up trash around Nottingham area

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Over the holiday weekend, Councilman David Marks and several volunteers cleaned up the Nottingham area. Councilman Marks and volunteers from the Rock City Church Compassion Commission and the Maryland Waterways Foundation removed trash from several different locations. First, the volunteers cleared out vines and other undergrowth that impeded walkers and bikers at the Northeast Trail Bridge near Perry Hall …


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Councilman Marks: 20-acre park to be created south of White Marsh Mall

WHITE MARSH, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Thursday announced that a 20-acre park will be created south of White Marsh Mall as part of the development agreement for this area, and about 40 percent of the land will remain as open space. Those elements are part of master plan for this area, which includes land between Perry Hall Boulevard …


Councilman Marks proposes 31-acre greenway along Perry Hall Boulevard

PERRY HALL, MD—As part of the Comprehensive Zoning Map Process, Baltimore County Councilman David Marks will propose that approximately 31 acres of publicly-owned property along Perry Hall Boulevard be downzoned to Neighborhood Commons, or open space zoning. The 31 acres, owned by the state and Baltimore County, is currently zoned a blend of RAE 1, DR 10.5, DR 5.5, and …

Councilman Marks, volunteers participate in spring clean-up of Indian Rock Park

On Saturday, March 16, dozens of volunteers cleaned up garbage and repainted benches at Perry Hall’s Indian Rock Park. The effort was lead by Baltimore County Councilman David Marks, who helped secure the funding in 2014 to extend the Northeast Trail through the park. The park stretches between Silver Spring Road and Ebenezer Road west of Perry Hall High School. “Many …